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    Everything is from a 2017 Goldwing Audio Comfort. Only thing I had to order from Honda was the Left side Forward Muffler Chrome piece. It makes the rear tire off the ground by 3/4 inch. Good for cleaning the wheel,checking oil and just taking up less room in the garage.

  • #2
    Winger66, What specific parts did you have to purchase and do you have a photo of the bikes left side with the muffler modification? i need to also add a center stand to my wife's Valkryie
    • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
    • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
    • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
    • Goldwing rider since 1982

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    • #3
      One more question: Does the bike have an existing mounting bracket for the center stand or did you have to weld one on?
      • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
      • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
      • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
      • Goldwing rider since 1982

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Winger66 View Post
        Everything is from a 2017 Goldwing Audio Comfort. Only thing I had to order from Honda was the Left side Forward Muffler Chrome piece. It makes the rear tire off the ground by 3/4 inch. Good for cleaning the wheel,checking oil and just taking up less room in the garage.
        I would like to do the same on my wife's Valkyrie. What specific parts did you buy and does frame have the mounting bracket for the stand ? Also, do you have a picture of the left side of your bike ?

        Thank you very much !
        • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
        • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
        • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
        • Goldwing rider since 1982

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        • #5
          I’ve got to find the stuff I had to order such as bolts and washers etc...paper has all the part numbers and stuff....sorry I haven’t been online lately is why I haven’t replied

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          • #6
            Keep in mind that the part # 18417-MJK-G40 is for the (Black) Muffler Cover..........The (CHROME) part # is 18417-MCA-A20

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Winger66 View Post
              Keep in mind that the part # 18417-MJK-G40 is for the (Black) Muffler Cover..........The (CHROME) part # is 18417-MCA-A20
              Thank you very much. Did you buy everything you needed through your Honda dealer ?

              Thanks again.
              • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
              • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
              • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
              • Goldwing rider since 1982

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              • #8
                [QUOTE=GWRider;n107415]

                Thank you very much. Did you buy everything you needed through your Honda dealer ?

                Thanks again.

                GW RIDER: I bought only the muffler protector (chrome) and 1 bolt that didn’t come with the stuff I bought used. The rest of the stuff came from Trikes By Rodney = in Zanesville Ohio. You could also prolly find the parts Alot cheaper via a trike conversion builder. Honda Also Does sell all the parts necessary for this job. Just let them know it’s for a 2012 up to a 2017 Goldwing. That way they will get you ALL the parts deemed necessary to get the job done right. You definately will need to have the bike stabilized upright to make this go the easiest. I used a 14 inch square scissor Jack under my Valkyrie and I strapped it to the Jack also .

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                • #9
                  [QUOTE=Winger66;n107448]
                  Originally posted by GWRider View Post

                  Thank you very much. Did you buy everything you needed through your Honda dealer ?

                  Thanks again.

                  GW RIDER: I bought only the muffler protector (chrome) and 1 bolt that didn’t come with the stuff I bought used. The rest of the stuff came from Trikes By Rodney = in Zanesville Ohio. You could also prolly find the parts Alot cheaper via a trike conversion builder. Honda Also Does sell all the parts necessary for this job. Just let them know it’s for a 2012 up to a 2017 Goldwing. That way they will get you ALL the parts deemed necessary to get the job done right. You definately will need to have the bike stabilized upright to make this go the easiest. I used a 14 inch square scissor Jack under my Valkyrie and I strapped it to the Jack also .
                  Ok, thank you for all of your help. Probably won't be doing this until next spring.

                  Did that list of parts come Trikes By Rodney? Also, I haven't yet looked, but I'm guessing the Valkrye has the mounting bracket for the stand already welded on the frame ?

                  Thanks again
                  • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
                  • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
                  • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
                  • Goldwing rider since 1982

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                  • #10
                    The parts were ALL from a 2017 Goldwing. The parts were used and they were appropriated from a Honda Trike Builder. Only thing I Had to order from Honda was a bolt and the Left side Muffler Cover... yes the Valkyrie already has the Mount for the Center Stand on it.

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                    • #11
                      Ok, thank you so much for getting back to me and for all of your help!

                      Happy New Year.
                      • 2018 Goldwing Tour DCT
                      • 1970 Honda CT70 (3sp man auto-clutch - my first "DCT")
                      • 2001 Suzuki GSF1200 Bandit
                      • Goldwing rider since 1982

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